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Photos! Camille Martin and Mark Goldstein at the Myopic in Chicago

Borghes imagined paradise to be a kind of library. It can also be a dream of a bookstore with a poetry reading series, such as Myopic Books in Chicago. It’s hard to imagine a more heavenly venue. Below is a slideshow of photos from my reading there on April 21 with Mark Goldstein. Big thank-yous to Larry Sawyer, host extraordinaire of the Myopic Poetry Series.

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Camille Martin

“Toronto poets Camille Martin and Mark Goldstein bring lyricism to BIG NIGHT”

Photos! Buffalo’s Big Night featuring Camille Martin and Mark Goldstein

Buffalo is a happening poetry mecca—here are some photos from my January 28 reading with Mark Goldstein, also featuring films by Carl Lee and gourmet eats by Geoffrey Gatza. As if that weren’t enough, we were also treated to a mock Republican poet debate by Michael Kelleher and Aaron Lowinger (co-curators of Big Night).

Alas, I didn’t get photos of half the people I would have liked to—I wanted to enjoy their company as well—but here are a few that I was able to snap at the event. Enjoy!

(Click on a photo to get the gallery view.)



Camille Martin